A transdisciplinary research student workshop
11.00-4.00, Saturday 28 April 2007, Department of Art History, University of Nottingham.
This workshop has been organised to bring together research students from across the university (and beyond) with an interest in various aspects of the visual and its histories. There will be a series of short papers, as a prelude to more informal discussions, including the possibility of future themed workshops.
Timothy Shephard (Music): Keeping it In the Family: Intersections of music and visual culture in the
relationship between Isabella and Alfonso d'Este.
Louise Hunter (Art History): Seeing the Divine: the Importance of the Image in Personal Worship in Renaissance Italy
Cressida Ryan (Classics): Migrations: Oedipus at Colonus in eighteenth-century art.
Rosy Aindow (English): 'A Black and White Case: Fashionable Dress in Late Nineteenth-Century Culture'?
Jenny Pollard (Art History): 9/11: Photographic Representations
Fidel Meraz (Built Environment): Memory and Assimilation in Architecture
Please contact Richard Wrigley for further information, firstname.lastname@example.org and Elizabeth Jennings, email@example.com Postgraduate Administrator in the Department of Art History, to register your intention of attending. Attendance is free; lunch is available at Café L in the Arts Building.